The adventures of a highly intelligent, talented and rather generous weasel and a stupid baboon who has no talent at most things.

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 I.R. Baboon / ... (78 episodes, 1997-1999)
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 I.M. Weasel / ... (78 episodes, 1997-1999)
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The adventures of a highly intelligent, talented and rather generous weasel and a stupid baboon who has no talent at most things.

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David Feiss' name appears in two episodes. In "Happy Baboon Holidays" (Season 1) it is written on a wall behind I.R.'s trailer, when we first see it. And once again, in "I Am Franken-Weasel" (Season 5) "Feiss" is written on one of the headstones in the cemetery, when I.R. goes to "get a fresh body". See more »

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Featured in Animation Lookback: Hanna-Barbera Part 4 (2010) See more »

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Funny show with adult humour
27 April 2017 | by (United Kingdom) – See all my reviews

I loved this show as a kid. It was the classic set up of a smart character being thrown into crazy situations by a fool. It worked and it made me chuckle. I am sure it would not be allowed to air given the current standards for kids shows. The humour is just so foolish that it defines the television being referred to as "the idiot box". I recently rewatched this show at the age of 25 and have to admit that i still found it funny. The idiocy of the show was great, but I now realise there are so many dark undertones to the show. It is full of adult humour that I am sure my parents would have been laughing at whilst I watched this as a kid.

Some of the episodes I disagreed with, as they gave the wrong message. The prime example of this was the episode where Weasel makes friends with a banana who dies. How does he mourn this loss? By eating his friend in a pie. Not the best message. Another example was when Weasel is cast aside and he spirals into a depression where he is homeless and drinking eggs out of the shell to mimic alcoholism. Again, not the best idea for impressionable children. Aside from this, I had very little against this show and found it a great way to unwind after a long day.


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